The publication of the following narrative of Dr. Walter T. Goodwinhas been authorized by the Executive Council of the tion of Science. All Dead!" III The Moon Rock IV The First Vanishings V Into the Moon Pool VI "The Shining Devil Took Them!" VII Larry O'Keefe VIII Olaf's Story IX A Lost Page of Earth X The Moon Pool XI The Flame-Tipped Shadows XII The End of the Journey XIII Yolara, Priestess of the Shining One XIV The Justice of Lora XV The Angry, Whispering Globe XVI Yolara of Muria vs. the O'Keefe XVII The Leprechaun XVIII The Amphitheatre of Jet XIX.
This much is sure-the moon door, which is clearly operated by theaction of moon rays upon some unknown element or combination and thecrystals through which the moon rays pour down upon the pool theirprismatic columns, are humanly made mechanisms. So long as they arehumanly made, and so long as it is this flood of moonlight from whichthe Dweller draws its power of materialization, the Dweller itself, ifnot the product of the human mind, is at least dependent upon theproduct of the human mind for its appearance.
The Building of the Moon Pool. She paused, running her long fingers through her own ts. When it was done they moved up the path, clustering within the MoonPool Chamber.
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ORIGINALLY POSTED AT Fantasy Literature. Abraham Merritt’s The Moon Pool was originally published as two stories in All-Story Weekly ( The Moon Pool and Conquest of the Moon Pool ) and combined into a novel in 1919.
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Now we were among the mangroves and, sail down, the three of us pushed and pulled the boat through their tangled roots and branches. The noise of our passing split the silence like a profanation, and from the ancient bastions came murmurs-forbidding, strangely sinister.
First Avon Printing, 1951 Third Printing. The publication of the following narrative of Dr. Goodwin has been authorized by the Executive Council of the International Association of Science.
Abraham Merritt (1884-1943) A. Merritt was the working name of American writer Abraham Grace Merritt. One of the most popular genre writers of his time, he was inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in 1999. Although primarily a journalist, he published nine novels and a number of short stories. Merritt was an influence on both H. P. Lovecraft and Richard Shaver.